At this time, the best I can do (and safest for you, the patient) is make to my website responsive to generic questions and keep things current. If you want a specific topic covered, then please make the suggestion and I will do my best to accommodate. If you need specific medical advice about your condition you must come in and see me in the office, or we can get the process started with a "Virtual Appointment."
After I review their case, we speak on the phone to discuss the specifics and I send you a report with my suggestions (not medical advice). I charge a fee for this service but it can save you considerable time and resources (gas money) if I can save you a trip to the office, or make your first visit more efficient. These are not meant to substitute for an in-person evaluation. If you live nearby it is preferable to make a regular appointment in the office.
"Help" does not mean cure or completely eliminate pain. My goal is to be of some tangible help to every patient I meet. While not every person has an injury that is amenable to treatment, I will always be honest and specific about how best I think you can benefit from modern spinal care. The most common way I help people is by making an accurate diagnosis and assisting the patient to understand it as well as the reasonable treatment options available.